Throughput in the Port of Rotterdam in 2021 matched the pre-pandemic level of 2019. Almost all goods types were up on last year. The increase in total throughput was 7.3 per cent compared to 2020 and a record number of 15.3 million TEU containers were handled, up 6.6...
Dutch fishermen will be dealt a deathblow by a hard brexit. A hard brexit irrevocably leads to the end of the European fisheries policy. And it is Dutch fishermen in particular, who benefit from this common policy. That is what Gerard van Balsfoort, chairman of the...
The British plan to introduce strict border controls immediately after the final Brexit is being reviewed. According to a statement on Friday, the British government does not want to burden entrepreneurs with any more problems now that they are already suffering from...
The strong position of the Dutch seaports can no longer be taken for granted due to ‘challenges’ such as the climate and energy transition, the Brexit and increasing protectionism. That is what Dutch Minister Cora van Nieuwenhuizen says in a Parliamentary...
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